Twitter has published a “Year in review” website, with the best moments and perspective of 2014.
I can not put it any better: “if it happened in the world, it happened on Twitter”:
— Twitter Ads UK (@TwitterAdsUK) December 10, 2014
I have collected the best tweets in the Year in Review website, starting with some from the “moments” section.
A Year full of events: take a look at what happened in 2014
Do you remember Sochi Winter Olympic games?
— Olympics (@Olympics) February 23, 2014
In spring, the Nigerian girls’ disappearance was at the heart of the news:
— The First Lady (@FLOTUS) May 7, 2014
Unfortunately, the bad news continued and what captured the attention of the whole world were two Malaysian Airlines planes, for very similar yet completely different reasons.
— Telegraph World News (@TelegraphWorld) June 9, 2014
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) July 17, 2014
— SNICKERS® (@SNICKERS) June 24, 2014
There were 32.1 million tweets during the World Cup final. But the best tweet was for sure this selfie:
— Lukas-Podolski.com (@Podolski10) July 13, 2014
In the end of the summer and continuing until now, the "Ferguson” case has been grabbing people's attention:
— Antonio French (@AntonioFrench) August 10, 2014
LeBron James has showed his supported to the case, but Ferguson was not why the next tweet is among the best of 2014. It was his comeback to Cleveland that made the headlines.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 11, 2014
(and if you have not seen Nike's commercial about it, do it, it's pretty moving)
And how can we forget all those people dumping ice on their heads? The Ice bucket Challenge, one of the most viral campaigns ever in history was of course also on Twitter:
— Bill Gates (@BillGates) August 15, 2014
The spread of the Ebola disease has been featured at the end of the summer:
This #Ebola outbreak is fast-moving w/ unprecedented dimensions. WHO roadmap aims to be flexible enough to accommodate rapid changes & needs
— WHO (@WHO) August 28, 2014
And let's finish with a very good news and well deserved Nobel Peace Prize.
— World Learning (@WorldLearning) October 10, 2014
The most famous tweets by very famous people in 2014
Let’s take a look at some of the most successful tweets of last year. The whole collection can be found under the “perspectives” section in the Year in Review website.
The golden tweet or, if you wish, the most retweeted tweet in history, was taken by ellen DeGeneres during the Oscars, thanks to a great marketing stunt by Samsung:
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 3, 2014
Aaron Paul is a great actor. His Twitter account is, and has been throughout 2014, as great.
Tell her you love her. Tell her you miss her. Tell her you can't live without her. Love love and cherish life. Also, just eat the cake.
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) May 17, 2014
(and do watch Breaking Bad if you haven’t. It’s one of the greatest TV-serie in history).
“@UberFacts: Breaking Bad is the most watched show on Netflix.” Yeah Bitch
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) January 3, 2014
Robert Downing Jr. joined Twitter in 2014 and has already won the hearts and RT of many:
Talk to me, Twitter. pic.twitter.com/7skFm6Ffhn
— Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) April 11, 2014
Loving all the love, folks. It's been a blast. Though can somebody please explain how anyone can keep their thoughts to 140 characters or le
— Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) April 12, 2014
Author J.K. Rowling is coming back with 12 new stories this month. On Twitter, she replies to fans and give us insights on what is like to be the mother of maybe the most favorite book serie of our generation.
It's the 16th anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts. I'm having a moment's silence over my keyboard. I hated killing some of those people.
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 2, 2014
No comments. Kanye + Kim = <3 :
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) May 27, 2014
Listening while writing: